CNNR đã viết:By the way, can anybody tell me what is the difference between at weekend and at/on/in THE weekend?
As we know that in terms of dates:
- 'At' refers to a general point in time
, such as "Lunar New year", "Christmas", "Easter" (Lễ Phục sinh), etc.
For example: See you at Lunar new year
. (It's general point in time)
- "On" refers to the surface
of a calendar.
For example: See you on
Lunar new year sunday
- "In" refers to a measurable extent, such as an hour, a date, a month, a year, etc.
For example: See you for Easter in 2007
(It means that see you tomorrow - 8/4
So, 'On the weekend' or 'At the weekend' depends on what you meant, if you meant week day
then it should be "on
" . If you meant the end of the week
then it should be "at
That's clear or not?